On the Trail” is an entertaining story about the adventures of a Halloween decoration in its new home


Ed Good, a retired landscape architect, award-winning artist and US Navy veteran, currently resides in Michigan with his wife Theresa and their two dogs, Rella and Emma, ​​where he is a member of two local art groups and has enjoyed spending time with his four grandchildren writing his new book Bob the Skeleton: On the Trail completed: an enchanting story that will delight and inspire young readers.

Although Bob the Skeleton begins his “new life” as a Halloween decoration, his journey really begins after Halloween, when he would normally be in storage or worse. How a last-minute decision changed Bob’s attitude and perspective on life.

As Halloween passed and other seasons began, Bob the Skeleton’s role changed with the seasons. The daily activities that would be part of our lives would bring a new perspective to those who met or walked past Bob the Skeleton, and a little smile or laugh would surely bring a little joy into our lives, if only for a few moments.

Ed Good’s captivating book, published by Page Publishing, makes a delightful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can do so to buy “Bob the Skeleton: On the Trail” in bookstores everywhere or online in the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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